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Products that Created Markets

iPod – ‘Music’ and changed how we listen to music

Xbox and PlayStation – ‘Gaming’ and changed the way we play video games

Kindle – ‘E-Books’ and changed how we read… 105 more words


Happy New Year from 6Heads and some of our favourite 2015 moments with you

Happy New Year from the Heads!

We hope you have all had a wonderful break and are feeling refreshed and ready for 2016. We are rested and very excited for the year ahead. 624 more words


Biomimicry: Nature’s Blueprint for Sustainability and Innovation

Guest blog by Frances Owen and Devin Ornstein, current students of the MSc Environmental Technology at Imperial

Earlier this month, 6heads and other guests (including a group of lively Imperial Masters’ Students) were invited to Interface to view Michael Pawlyn’s latest exhibition on exploration architecture. 395 more words


Invitation to Interface Exhibition by Michael Pawlyn. Exploration Architecture: Designing with Nature

We just heard about this incredible exhibition of architecture by Interface and we couldn’t have the 6heads community miss out! It’s short notice but on Monday the 9th of November we would love you and any inspired friends to join us for a tour around Interface’s latest exhibition curated my Michael Pawlyn. 99 more words


Are We Faking Innovation?

Let me begin with a couple of quotes.

“Innovation is like teenage sex; everyone talks about it, nobody really knows how to do it, everyone thinks everyone else is doing it, so everyone claims they are doing it!”

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Internal Innovation Networks as a Basis for Corporate Intrapreneurship

(This post first appeared on the Front End of Innovation Blog)

Intrapreneurship is a relatively new concept developed to help large companies create new businesses, a process often called transformational (or disruptive) innovation. 546 more words


Returning to the Sea - Guest blog by Celia Gregory - founder of The Marine Foundation

Today’s post is a guest blog by my mermaid sister Celia Gregory. She is the founder of The Marine Foundation who I have been working with on their creative Living Sculptures in the Seas programme. 819 more words

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